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Tip Sheet: Get the Facts: Vaccines are Safe for Couples, Pregnant Women, and New Parents

Author(s): National Resource Center for Refugees, Immigrants, and Migrants (NRC-RIM)
Date: June 15, 2022
Topic(s): Health
Subtopic(s): COVID-19, Sexual and Reproductive Health
This two-page fact sheet addresses concerns related to the COVID-19 vaccine and fertility and parenthood. It conveys that getting vaccinated is one way you can stay strong and healthy so you can continue to provide for your family. When you get vaccinated you also protect your children, because it makes you less likely to infect …

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Tip Sheet: Pregnancy & Lead

Author(s): State of Washington Department of Health
Date: June 1, 2022
Topic(s): Health
Subtopic(s): Lead Poisoning, Sexual and Reproductive Health
This information sheet discusses lead poisoning, pregnancy, risks of lead poisoning during pregnancy, and tips on how to keep babies safe from lead poisoning in the home.

Tip Sheet: Lead & Pregnancy

Author(s): King County
Date: April 7, 2022
Topic(s): Health
Subtopic(s): Lead Poisoning, Sexual and Reproductive Health
This information sheet discusses pregnancy and lead, teaches parents how to keep their baby safe from lead poisoning,, and describes preventative measures a parent can take against the lead toxin.
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Tool or Template: Listening and Acting Quickly: Palm Card for Urgent Maternal Warning Signs

Author(s): U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Date: August 26, 2021
Topic(s): Health
Subtopic(s): Sexual and Reproductive Health
This five-by-seven inch palm card provides a list of urgent maternal warning signs and discusses how family members can support during and after pregnancy. It explains that if a pregnant or recently pregnant woman expresses concerns about any symptoms she is having, take the time to hear her. If she says something doesn’t feel right, …

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Tool or Template: You Know Your Body Best: Palm Card for Urgent Maternal Warning Signs

Author(s): U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Date: June 3, 2021
Topic(s): Health
Subtopic(s): Sexual and Reproductive Health
This five-by-seven inch palm card provides a list of urgent maternal warning signs and discusses how to talk to your healthcare provider. It explains that if you are pregnant or gave birth within the last year, it’s important to talk to your healthcare provider about anything that doesn’t feel right. A conversation guide is also …

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Poster: Urgent Maternal Warning Signs

Author(s): U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Date: May 19, 2021
Topic(s): Health
Subtopic(s): Sexual and Reproductive Health
This poster provides the following information: Pregnant now or within the last year? Get medical care right away if you experience any of the following symptoms: extreme swelling of your hands or face; chest pain or fast beating heart; thoughts of harming yourself or your baby; trouble breathing; headache that won’t go away or gets …

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Tip Sheet: How to Safely Breastfeed If You Have COVID-19

Author(s): U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Date: January 27, 2021
Topic(s): Health
Subtopic(s): COVID-19, Sexual and Reproductive Health
This resource offers tips on how to safely breastfeed if you have COVID-19, including choosing to breastfeed, choosing to pump or express milk by hand, and breastfeeding if you are separated from your newborn baby.  
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Tip Sheet: Keep Your Baby Healthy and Safe: Take These Steps During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Author(s): U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Date: January 27, 2021
Topic(s): Health
Subtopic(s): COVID-19, Sexual and Reproductive Health
This tip sheet lists steps to take to protect infants during the COVID-19 pandemic. Steps include: Do not put a mask or face shield on your baby Babies move frequently. Limit visitors to see your new baby Keep 6 feet between your baby and people who do not live in your household and between your …

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Poster: Caring For Your Baby If You Have COVID-19​

Author(s): U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Date: January 27, 2021
Topic(s): Health
Subtopic(s): COVID-19, Sexual and Reproductive Health
This tip sheet explains that if you recently had a baby and are in isolation for COVID-19, take precautions while caring for your newborn in the hospital and at home. Guidance is provided on sharing a room with a baby in the hospital, caring for a baby at home, and knowing when to end isolation …

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Tip Sheet: Pregnant or just had a baby? Take These Steps to Protect Yourself from COVID-19

Author(s): U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Date: January 27, 2021
Topic(s): Health
Subtopic(s): COVID-19, Sexual and Reproductive Health
Pregnant and recently pregnant people are more likely to get severely ill from COVID-19 compared to people who are not pregnant. This tip sheet offers information on how to protect yourself from COVID-19 if you are pregnant or recently had a baby, particularly if you are not fully vaccinated. Suggestions include receiving the COVID-19 vaccine …

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